of the colour between black and white; coloured like ashes, slate, lead, etc.
having no life or attractive features; anonymous
"the Confederate army was a vast grey"
"he was dressed in grey"
"the little grey cells"
"gray flannel suit"
"a man with greyish hair"
"whose beard with age is hoar"
"nodded his hoary head"
"a stalwart grey figure"
"a grey area between clearly legal and strictly illegal"
"The painter decided to grey the sky"
"Her hair began to grey"
A blind old man, dressed in grey.
出自： G. Downes
Down the grass path grey with dew.
He dusted the ashes from his white trousers, leaving one more grey smear.
出自： G. Greene
It was already greying for the dawn.
出自： S. R. Crockett
Tsvetayev was forty-five, a greying, slightly stooped figure.
出自： E. Feinstein